What’s the use of a fine house if you haven’t got a tolerable planet to put it on?
- Henry David Thoreau
During May of 2018, The Outdoor Journal reported on five French explorers who were traversing Greenland’s toughest terrain.
Their goal was to complete 700km in 30 days. In the face of much adversity, the expedition finally made it home to Paris, having being trapped at the finish line without food, and unable to extract themselves due to bad weather. You can read about those final few days here, and a review of the Nixon Regulus, used during the Expedition here. In this article, written one month after the expedition, Maxime Lainé reflects upon this period in his life, and what it meant to him. (more…)
This page will be regularly updated as and when we hear from Colin during his challenge. .
Tom de Dorlodot is a professional paraglider & paramotoring pilot, partnering with companies such as Red Bull, Volkswagen, Garmin and Patagonia. Sofia is Argentinian, born in Paraguay and the daughter of a diplomat, making her more than familiar with a lifetime of travelling.
The Outdoor Journal is delighted to announce that they have teamed up with Colin O'Brady for his 50HP World Record Attempt. .
This article continues to be updated, as five French explorers have been traversing Greenland's toughest terrain and sharing their progress via satellite phone. .
The Outdoor Journal has been updating our readers as to the progress of Engages, which you can read here. .
Disguised as a beggar to avoid betrayal and walking more than 2,000 kilometers in the heart of the fierce Himalayan winter, the French orientalist Alexandra David-Néel eventually reached Tibet’s forbidden capital Lhasa on February 23rd, 1924. .
Crossing Earth’s biggest parallel dune desert, in the middle of Australia, with the world's greatest explorer—Mike Horn. Riding in his trusty beast, a V8 Mercedes G500, I join his team for five days journeying into the Simpson Desert, and dig a little deeper into what makes him tick. .